- A quick read
- February with a BANG!!!!
- Time Marches …..
- Thoughts on Klein Technique tm Stretch and Placement
- Teaching, Studying, Being, Learning – Finding center.
- Current Ongoing Classes in Klein Technique™ w Barbara Mahler
- BERLIN- ah!
- Iceland!-September 2012
- from SOLO w Nany Allison, choreography Barbara Mahler
- To continue with Daisy Levy’s interview with Barbara………
- Notes from an interview….. collected for a dissertation by Daisy Levy
- Ah! Berlin
- Santiago, Chile
Category Archives: dance and performance
photo of Dorothy Vislocky= my first mentor Barbara Mahler is a choreographer/performer, movement educator, and a certified practitioner and teacher of Zero Balancing – a hands on bodywork technique. Since 1983, Mahler has been teaching and exploring the unique perspectives … Continue reading
Barbara Mahler will present three dances, a trio and two solos,which will include the artistry of Jamie Graham, Alissa Lazaro, Trina Mannino, and Ms. Mahler. The program re-visits two older works – “Etched Sketches” and “Uno” as well as “Precipice”, … Continue reading
n the late 1970’s ” release” classes began popping up in the south of Houston to just below Chambers Street in small and not so small live/work loft spaces. There are sooo few, if any, left in Manhattan.110 Chambers Street … Continue reading
Excerpts – “When she Stumbles” – Judson Church as part of Movement Research Presenting Series w Jamie Graham, Alissa Horowitz, Barbara Mahler I teach almost daily, for more years than I would like to say, ! I move daily. I … Continue reading
photo by Alice Garrick Within a specific structure, all students work at their own pace, and level. Exercises and movements, done repeatedly with increasing intelligence and awareness, or “resonance” facilitate a path of change and openness. We don’t “exercise” yet … Continue reading
September once again brings me me back to in Berlin with a large and wonderfully diverse group of movers and shakers! It will be a fourth time with Felix Rukert and Schwelle 7, and my sixth time teaching in … Continue reading
An amazingly beautiful country,- Iceland. I found myself there in September teaching at the Arts Academy to a new generation of dancers and choreographers. I also had the pleasure of working with the modern dance company, and the organization “Danse … Continue reading
B: But, um, I came to Hunter College because they had a particular program for teaching in the inner city, in the inner city schools, ‘cause I grew up in the housing projects [poor audio quality] interested in teaching, in … Continue reading